Broomfield is located on the northern edge of Denver’s metro area, just 20 minutes from Denver and 10 minutes from Boulder and is home to several top technology companies, attracting savvy professionals looking for a quick office commute.
Though it’s considered a northern Denver suburb, we’ve included Broomfield because it’s north side overlooks the Boulder Valley with incredible views like the one above. With it’s easy commute to Boulder and access to the Northwest Tollway (which gets you to DIA quickly if you travel often) make Broomfield a potential great location for your next home.
With 18 constituent neighborhoods of varying home ages, an average home price of $500,000, expansive community open spaces, beautiful tree-lined streets, gorgeous planned neighborhoods and easy access to both Denver and Boulder, Broomfield might be the best community for your new home.
We have helped several clients buy and sell Broomfield real estate and know the neighborhoods well. If you are in the market to make a move in Broomfield, give us a call.
When the city of Broomfield was created, it spanned four counties: Adams, Boulder, Jefferson & Weld, so it became the City and County of Broomfield in 2001.
Broomfield spans two school districts: Adams 12 – Five Star School District and Boulder Valley School District. The east side of Broomfield is Adams 12 and the west side is Boulder Valley with the dividing line being Sheridan Blvd. However, check with the school districts to confirm your address and which district you are in.